Liguria‘s hinterland treasures the real traditions of the region. Just a few kilometers from the beaches, the hills are dotted with small villages of various sizes, but all with at least a typical restaurant and a church graced with frescos.
Among the most beautiful villages we’d like to mention: Dolceacqua, famous for the bridge That charmed the impressionist painter Monet and Its capacious dining wine.
Cervo, a fisherman’s hamlet perched on the rock overlooking the sea, praises itself with a stunningly beautiful baroque church and a breathless views. Enjoying an aperitif whilst watching the sunset over the sea from its terrace is an unforgettable experience.
Bussana, was destroyed by an earthquake during the late eighteen hundred and then rebuilt in the sixties by artists from all over Europe. Here, among sculptors and painter’s studios and boutiques, you’ll be enchanted by a unique atmosphere.
In Savona‘s provinces, we recommend you visit Roccabarbena of Castelvecchio, a village built completely in stone above a cliff with the same name .
Verezzi, known for its views and for the open-air summer theater that hosts one of the most interesting theatrical events of Italy.
Finalborgo, a medieval jewel, just behind Finale Ligure who’s labyrinth of lanes, squares, shops and restaurants will surely conquer you.
Liguria’s villages are charming throughout the year, but during summer traditional fairs and festivals bring them to life and you too will become part of the its dances and traditions.